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in climate technology, but for the innovation, the country has a huge demand for more. >> that is the question we get asked. tell us about what are people doing in the u.s. what are the technologies. can you bring those to china? >> that's where this trade mission has enormous opportunities. >> every ton of garbage creates the greenhouse gasses. we can turn that into clean energy. >> mike hart from davis came on this trip searching for investors. his company turns solid waste into gas and ultimately electricity. the company can turn a ton of garbage into 1,600 kilowatts of power. >> we will have one significant partner as a result of the trip. that could result in several hundred million dollars of construction projects. >> california also stands to benefit from chinese experts. the country is a leading source of car batteries. governor brown who toured one chinese battery and electric car company says california's goal of 1 million electric cars by 2025 won't happen without china. china shows a lot more promise with working with california than washington. >> i find t
and get into more cyclical areas like technology potentially. >> oh, you would get into technology? you see bargains because they've been so beaten down over the last couple of weeks? >> yeah. i think the valuation differential is so stretched at this point, you find a lot of the big stable consumer staples companies trading at 20 times earnings, where you see a lot of the technology companies trading 10 times earnings. so about half the valuation. and we do think there is some good value there as the economy does improve. we think that's a better stunt. >> i want to ask you about economic numbers. next week we are getting economic numbers on housing. and also we're going to get a sense of how the economy grew in the first quarter with that gross domestic product gdp number coming out. how is that going to impact action next week do you think? >> i think the components and the mix of gdp growth are going to be very important. what we saw in the fourth quarter of last year was a really big drag in terms of government spending. and that's not likely to repeat here again in the first quart
technology that goes along with it. compressors, flare stacks, diesel engines and so forth. and run the numbers to see how many more children will have asthma. what will the heart attack and stroke risk be? how many more emergency room visits and so on. and we could even monetize those costs. but so far, we in the scientific community have been unsuccessful in our petition that this kind of science should go forward as a precondition for making a decision about whether to lift the moratorium here in new york or not. so as a substitute for a comprehensive health impact assessment, instead, our department of conservation asked the department of health to review a document that we in the scientific community don't have access to yet. >> you were talking about a secret study that they -- >> a secret study, right. so i've never heard of this actually, in public health. how can you have a secret public health study? it seems almost a contradiction in terms. so those of us who actually live there, who are parents, who have children there and who are also members of the public health commun
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